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Theatre at St. Peter's Church


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by Adrienne Proctor - Sep 16, 2021
Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story is celebrating 30 years since its London debut. The national tour of the original jukebox musical re-launches in Stillwater on OSU's campus. The musical features Buddy Holly's well-known musical numbers and is a stylized and glamorous ode to the American songbook.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 13, 2021
The Buddy Holly Story will relaunch its national tour from The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts at Oklahoma State University with performances on Friday, Sep. 17, and Saturday, Sep. 18, at 7:30 p.m.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 12, 2021
Now in its 30th amazing year, the 'World's Most Successful Rock 'n' Roll Musical' continues to thrill audiences around the world. Buddy tells the story of Buddy Holly through his short yet spectacular career, and features the classic songs, That'll Be The Day, Not Fade Away, Oh Boy, Ritchie Valens' La Bamba, The Big Bopper's Chantilly Lace and many more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 1, 2021
The San Antonio Broadway Theatre has announced its inaugural production of BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY! Performances begin Friday, September 24 and run through Sunday, September 26.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 8, 2021
Florida Studio Theatre will kick off its 48th Winter Mainstage Series with Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story by Alan Janes, one of the most popular Rock & Roll musicals of all time.
by Jim Munson - Oct 3, 2021
BroadwayWorld talks to Justin Huertas, the multi-talented playwright, composer and star of 'Lizard Boy' at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. His new indie folk-rock music will be performed live in person Oct. 6 to 31 at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, kicking off TheatreWorks Silicon Valley's 51st season.
by Michael Major - Oct 29, 2021
American Siren showcases Robinson’s powerful storytelling abilities as she gracefully blends imagined characters with meaningful stories and people she’s encountered on her journey thus far. Listen to the new album now! Plus, watch the music video for 'Cheap Seats'.
by Analisa Swerczek - Oct 20, 2021
BroadwayWorld in Omaha sat down for a special interview with music royalty, Bill Medley, as The Righteous Brother prepare to bring that loving feeling to the midwest this next weekend.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 23, 2021
Wondering what to do for the Holidays to make memories, share time, celebrate with others, connect with others, and/or help your local economy? Join Surflight and our fellow businesses for Holidays on the Island.
by Gil Kaan - Nov 18, 2021
Tin Can Telephone Productions presents the second edition of their WELCOME TO MEADOWLARK FALLS interactive online experience THE VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS CONTEST. Ticket buyers will be mailed a package to guide them through the online holidays interactions. Purchase these ticket packages by December 3rd for guaranteed Christmas delivery. Got a chance to pose a few questions to Carley Herlihy who reprises her role of Jenny Snow in WELCOME TO MEADOWLARK FALLS: THE VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS CONTEST.
by Michael Major - May 4, 2022
Produced by Shooter Jennings (Brandi Carlile, Tanya Tucker) and recorded at Los Angeles’ Dave’s Room Studio, No Regular Dog is rooted in deep self-reflection and features Waldon’s most personal songwriting to date. Watch the new music video now! Plus, check out upcoming tour dates.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
The weeklong celebration will include tribute concerts at The Ryman Auditorium (October 6 & 7), CMA Theater at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (October 8) and the Basement East (October 9) and will culminate on October 10—what would have been John’s 75th birthday. 
by Michael Major - May 18, 2022
Kelsey Waldon will embark on her nationwide “No Regular Dog Tour” this summer with newly confirmed shows at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory, Philadelphia’s MilkBoy, Seattle’s Tractor Tavern, Portland’s Polaris Hall, Austin’s 3TEN ACL, Fort Worth’s Tulips FTW, Lexington’s The Burl, Los Angeles’ Hotel Café and Nashville’s Basement East.
by Ron Bierman - Mar 6, 2022
Jeff Thayer was at the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony in Temecula when we spoke for an hour on Zoom. 'I'm usually here right before I have something big to do.' He was referring to upcoming performances of the ninth violin concerto of The Chevalier de St. George at The Conrad in La Jolla. As the San Diego Symphony's Concertmaster, Thayer has realized an ambition dating back to high school. To further his ambition, he went on to graduate from the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Eastman School of Music and the Juilliard School's Pre-College Division.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 25, 2021
From one beloved songwriter to another: Happy Birthday. Now, here's a new version of one of your greatest songs!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 22, 2021
Proceeds from the sale support the Newport Festivals Foundation’s ongoing initiatives to aid musicians in need and music programs across the country.
by Student Blogger: Claudia Quintero - Mar 22, 2021
6 months ago, when we were told that we would be doing an online play, honestly, I was not motivated. For our audition we had to prepare a monologue from Divine Comedy, which I admire and respect, but here between us, I thought we were going to do something boring.
by Shari Barrett - Mar 12, 2022
After two years of most people living in at least semi-isolation, with many unemployed through no fault of their own, the Actors' Gang is returning to the stage with a re-mounting of Can't Pay? Don't Pay! written by Nobel Laureate Dario Fo and Franca Rame on March 19, 2022, with previews beginning March 12, exactly two years from the day the theater was shuttered and had to suspend this hilarious production. Fo's high-energy, satirical farce is again directed by Bob Turton, and I decided to speak with him about the journey he has taken with the production, especially what it's been like waiting for two years to bring the play back to its original location.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 25, 2021
President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to serve as members of the National Council on the Arts: Kamilah Forbes, Christopher Morgan, Ismael Ahmed, Kinan Azmeh, Huascar Medina, Jake Shimabukuro, Constance Williams, and Fiona Whelan Prine. 
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 22, 2021
He may be Manhattan's leading multi-hyphenate, but on June 30th Michael Kushner will take off all the other hats in favor of his ACTOR hat, when he spends an hour or so celebrating Gay Pride with his Pride playlist at 54 Below.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2021
Broadway Palm has announced its 29th Season which includes eight main stage productions, four productions in the Off Broadway Palm, three Children’s Theatre productions, and five concerts. Individual tickets are on sale now.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 7, 2021
It's a “guaranteed, get-happy, dancing-in-the-aisles-hit!” Because what's more fun than the upbeat music of ABBA, set on a sun-kissed island as we ready for a summertime wedding? Mamma Mia! has all of the above in the Arts Center's summer production, onstage now through August 22.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 28, 2021
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Birney to talk about how he approaches acting, how he approaches true crime, and what's coming down the pike for him as an actor.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 27, 2021
In celebration of the new music, Robinson will embark on an extensive headline tour this fall including newly confirmed stops at New York’s City Vineyard, Atlanta’s Eddie’s Attic, Nashville’s High Watt, Greensboro’s Crown at Carolina Theatre, Asheville’s Grey Eagle, Denver’s Soiled Dove and Cambridge’s Club Passim among several others.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 22, 2021
These six shows are the first to be performed inside the auditorium since the pandemic forced our temporary closure in March of 2020.  Tickets for this schedule are now on sale at The Paramount Theatre Box Office, by phone at (802) 775-0903 or via The Heritage Family Credit Union Online Box Office.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 2, 2021
BroadwayWorld had the pleasure of sitting down with the two stars via email and chatting about Howie and Kourtney, their personal trajectories to High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, and so much more.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 12, 2021
The petite diva with the powerful voice and everything else is stepping out onto the 54 Below stage without her partner in crime and life, and the fans couldn't grab the tickets up fast enough. She is Orfeh. Hear her Roar.
by Alan Portner - Jul 10, 2021
Live Theater has returned to Musical Theater Heritage with the World Premiere production of “Dead Ringer.” Starring in this one man tour de force is Canadian performer and Kansas City favorite Zachary Stevenson.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 8, 2022
The Crickets will celebrate the 65th anniversary of their very first hit song this year, “That’ll Be The Day,” the iconic rock and roll classic written by Buddy Holly and Jerry Allison (produced by Norman Petty, who also received songwriting credit). To help kick off the yearlong celebration, CBS Sunday Morning will air a profile on the band on January 9, 2022.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 28, 2022
Centre Stage has announced its 2022-2023 Season as well as a long-awaited rebrand.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 18, 2022
A fascinating celebration of the musical genius Buddy Holly is taking to the stage to entertain audiences on tour to venues across England next month, charting the 70-year anniversary of the legendary music.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 25, 2022
The Green Room 42 has announced their March line-up for in-person performances. Located inside YOTEL Times Square (570 Tenth Avenue, Fourth Floor), The Green Room 42 is Broadway's newest and most spacious cabaret club.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 22, 2021
Founded in 1981 by legendary singer, songwriter and musician, John Prine, along with his longtime manager, Al Bunetta, Oh Boy has gone on to release more than fifty audio and video recordings and continues today as a vital part of Nashville’s independent music community.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 21, 2021
One-night stands are awkward. One-night stands with animals are more awkward. And when you're as desperate to please as Bobby, things get awkward as f*ck. He's just a guy with too much love to give, and a burning desire to give it to consensual adult mammals.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 17, 2021
Esoteric Recordings announced the release of a new expanded & remastered 2-disc edition of the classic debut solo album by YES vocalist JON ANDERSON, 'Olias of Sunhillow.' Released in July 1976, the album was a conceptual work recounting the story of an alien race on a journey to find a new world following volcanic destruction on their home planet.
by Gil Kaan - Feb 14, 2022
Actor/playwright Steve Trzaska world premiere’s his CAMP GINGER for two Saturdays beginning February 26, 2022, at the Little Theater at the Actors Company. Directed by Joy Mamey, CAMP GINGER tells the semi-autobiographical experiences of Steve in summer for other red-headed kids. I had the chance to quiz Steve on his origins of CAMP GINGER.
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 13, 2021
The history of show business is loaded with couples who work as well offstage as they do on. These twosomes have brought their offstage magic to the stages of the cabaret and concert world.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 9, 2021
Due to audience demand, Florida Studio Theatre (FST) announces the extension of its opening Winter Mainstage production, Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story by Alan Janes.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 18, 2021
Jennifer Nettles brought her country-Christmas-Broadway show to Town hall and guest reviewer Jennifer Houston gives Broadway World Cabaret the full run-down about it.
by Evan Henerson - Aug 23, 2021
While there are laughs to be had, nostalgia to be indulged and charm aplenty in Christian Lebano’s production of YaGM Charlie Brown for the Sierra Madre Playhouse, there is also a certain quotient of angst that no bright costumes or cutesy set pieces can disguise.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 18, 2021
Music Theatre of Connecticut MainStage, Fairfield County's professional award-winning theatre company has announced their 35th Anniversary MainStage Season.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 12, 2021
With these ten new songs, all of which she wrote on her own, Robinson beckons to those who are lost, lonely and struggling, hoping to help listeners find their place and feel less alone. 
by Stephi Wild - Aug 11, 2021
Gifted singer-songwriter Arlo McKinley will release his debut solo record at age 40 on John Prine's Oh Boy records - after he almost gave up on music altogether, his story is one of hope and sincerity, and he is living proof that great songs will reach the right ears eventually, even if it takes time.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 7, 2022
It's official! Capetonian mothers, daughters and families are all in for a treat this Mother's Day - as one of the most iconic celebrations is set to take place honouring those women near and dear to our hearts. 
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 6, 2022
Whether the focus is his home life and little boy or his work life and his clients, Yasuhiko Fukuoka doesn't mind playing the paternal role; so don't worry, Daddy's here.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 21, 2022
Fat Rascal Theatre and Wildpark Entertainment announce casting and tour dates for critically acclaimed hit parody musical Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch opening at Underbelly Festival Earls Court from 21 June - 16 July before splashing into The Lowry, MAST and Cast Doncaster in September - things are gonna get wet.
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Apr 19, 2021
This past week I had the opportunity to speak with Eric about his theatre-related commentary tracks and how he believes the tracks fit into performance art as a whole. Enjoy, and Go Tigers!
by Student Blogger: Danielle Urban - Apr 19, 2021
For everyone who loves theatre, but feels like it might be a little late to join.
by Gil Kaan - Apr 15, 2022
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts and McCoy Rigby Entertainment’s next production The Sound of Music opens April 23, 2022 (with two previews preceding). Glenn Casale directs the cast of this Rodgers & Hammerstein classic headed by Diane Phelan as Maria, Christopher Carl as Captain von Trapp and Suzanna Guzman as Mother Abbess. I had the chance to throw out a few queries to Diane on being the first Asian actress to portray Maria, as well as her backstory on her acting career and social activism.
by Emily Short - Apr 13, 2022
STEDE BONNET: A F*CKING PIRATE MUSICAL tells the story of the worst pirate of all time, Stede Bonnet. This show will expose you to emotional highs and lows, make you laugh at things you maybe shouldn’t, and allow you to escape your reality for an evening. Don't miss out!